Feronia/PHC - BIO’s mission is to invest in the most difficult places and circumstances.

Feronia/PHC - BIO’s mission is to invest in the most difficult places and circumstances.

On the 25th of November, Human Rights Watch published a report on Feronia / PHC, and the DFIs who invested therein. Below you can find a joint statement from CDC Group, BIO, DEG, and FMO in response to the HRW report.

La mission de BIO est d'investir dans les endroits et les circonstances les plus difficiles.

Le 25 novembre, Human Rights Watch a publié un rapport sur Feronia / PHC et les IFD qui y ont investi. Ci-dessous, vous trouverez une déclaration conjointe de CDC Group, BIO, DEG, et FMO en réponse au rapport de HRW.

Het is BIO’s missie om te investeren in de moeilijkste plaatsen en onder de moeilijkste omstandigheden.

Op 25 november publiceerde Human Rights Watch een rapport over Feronia / PHC en de DFI's die daarin investeerden. Hieronder vindt u een gezamenlijke mededeling van CDC Group, BIO, DEG, en FMO als reactie op het rapport van HRW.

Plantations et Huileries du Congo

  • Debt € 9,741,280.77 (2015)
    Sub-Saharan Africa, Democratic Republic of Congo

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